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Kashmiri Pandits organisation asks UN to declare Pak a 'terrorist country'

The Kashmiri Pandit United Front (KPUF) urged the UN to declare Pakistan as a "terrorist country" alleging that the neighbouring country continued to sponsor terrorism in Kashmir Valley

Jammu and Kashmir | Kashmiri Pandits | Pakistan

Press Trust of India  |  Jammu 

United Nations

The Kashmiri Pandit United Front (KPUF) urged the (UN) on Monday to declare as a "terrorist country" alleging that the neighbouring country continued to sponsor terrorism in Kashmir Valley.

On the occasion of World Refugee Day on Monday, the organisation staged a demonstration here and raised anti- slogans.

Satesh Kissu of the KPUF saiid, "We demand that the declare as a terrorist country as it continues to sponsor terrorism in the valley."

Unless Pakistan is declared as a terrorist country, terrorism cannot be stopped in Jammu and Kashmir, he added.

The Panun Kashmir also organised an event here on World Refugee Day.

Panun Kashmir chairman Ajay Chrungoo criticised the government over the recent killing of Kashmir Pandit community members in Kashmir Valley.

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First Published: Tue, June 21 2022. 06:50 IST